russia says it's for security, but whose security, and is that really all? along ukraine's borders, russia drilled its troops, tens of thousands of them. russian jets flying near crimea, the message to ukraine's new leaders loud and clear. ukraine's old leader was in russia. viktor yanukovych defiant, blaming the west for the revolution, provocative, saying russia can't be a bystander. pro russians were standing guard outside crimea's parliament, russia's flag above it, barricades around it. three out of four people in crimea speak russian, feel russian, and resent the rest. they're nothing but fascists, this man says, helped and trained by americans. the protests here are continuing into the night. there is no need for russia to stoke pro-moscow loyalty. this place is full of it.